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Innovation: A day in the life of a humanitarian nursing team – The roll-out
After a successful pilot, Josie and the team are ready to launch their research project, using smartphones to track the work of Médecins sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) nurses caring for children in Bangladesh …
03 Jan 2019 / 6 minute read
Night shift in Chad: Hot off the ward
UK doctor Sarah Wookey blogs about a long hot night in the MSF hospital in Am Timan, Chad...
26 Jun 2017 / 5 minute read
Sierra Leone: The sickness the baby gets when the new baby comes
Nurse Chris blogs from Sierra Leone about a young patient who needs an urgent referral...
04 Apr 2017 / 4 minute read
Vlog: Night rescue in the Mediterranean Sea
‘I can’t tell you how it feels to be searching for 140 people in the middle of the sea… it’s been a real mix of emotions over the last few days… I’m exhausted.’
16 Sep 2016 / 1 minute read
Diary of a night shift
From late at night to early morning, Dr Conor Kenny blogs about providing emergency care to refugees in Greece...
13 May 2016 / 5 minute read
Audio diary: Politics, cheese and resilience
In my first audio diary I describe the Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) project where I work and then talk you through a night shift.
24 Sep 2015 / 3 minute read
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